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Here are the photos I found from when I made a pair of "Industrial" sled tins for whan the engine doesn't have/need heater boxes.  Unfortunately, I do not have the paper template that I used and got from someone else on here.

This is a finished tin for the passenger side:

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Here is a shot of the passenger side with a J-pipe and the bellows in place.  You can just see the sled tin about 1/4" above the bottom exhaust pipe/J-Tube, shielding the thermostat bellows.

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Passenger side with the sled tin mounted.

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A close look at the Driver's side with the sled tin mounted.

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Here's looking from the driver's side rear looking forward.

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Passenger side looking from the rear.

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Engine with tins installed, no carbs or intakes mounted.

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Gordon, that is some nice fabrication of tins.

Richard, I made sled tins for my Spyder. It has a 911 fiberglass shroud, so absolutely no factory tins of any kind.

I have an 1 5/8" exhaust with no heater boxes, and elected to run the J-tubes right through my fabricated sled tins. I used .030" aluminum sheet, and attached to the factory spots on the case. On the valve cover side I used an old set of bails to hold the tin. Works absolutely fine, but I don't have a thermostat to worry about.

I can post pictures if you like.

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